The Springfield Anglican College’s approach to education is simple yet powerful: to nurture a vibrant learning community where students can fulfil their potential and empower students with holistic learning experiences. As students enter the crucial final years of school, their preparation and planning become pivotal for a successful education or career pathway. Year 12 demands a combination of effective time management, focused study habits and a supportive educational environment. Here, we cover some essential strategies students can use to reach their goals.
Time Management Mastery
Time management is the key to success in senior secondary school. Students are encouraged to create a realistic timetable that allocates dedicated hours to each subject, ensuring a balanced approach to studies. The Springfield Anglican College provides ample resources, including quiet study spaces and access to knowledgeable teachers who can assist students in creating this study timetable.
Useful Resources for Students Studying at a Springfield College
The Springfield Anglican College offers a unique academic setting, allowing students to tap into the wealth of resources. Take advantage of the inclusive and nurturing classroom environment where each student feels supported and encouraged. The collaborative atmosphere at The Springfield Anglican College provides our Year 12 students with the support they need to thrive academically.
In the digital age, technology can be a powerful ally for our Year 12 cohort. Students utilise industry-recognised tools, resources and software and are encouraged to access study materials, collaborate with peers, and stay up to date on assignments using their BYOD devices.
While academic success is crucial, it’s equally important to prioritise self-care. A healthy balance between study, relaxation and physical activity ensures Year 12 students are feeling good in both their mind and body. The Springfield Anglican College offers a rich and comprehensive range of co-curricular activities and encourages students to engage in programs such as Sports, Creative Arts, and Clubs and activities.
Seek Guidance from Mentors
The experienced faculty serves as invaluable mentors for our Year 12 students. These mentors play a pivotal role in providing personalised support and helping students navigate the challenges of the senior secondary year. Students are encouraged to seek guidance from the College’s pastoral Heads of Clan, Chaplain and College psychologist for support throughout their final years.
Get in Touch with The Springfield Anglican College
Success in Year 12 can be attributed to hard work, determination, and a supportive environment, but a combination of effective time management, access to resources and prioritising self-care can give students the best chance of a successful final year at their secondary school in Springfield. Contact The Springfield Anglican College online or call us on 07 3814 8100 to discuss our secondary schooling and enrolment.